Is it equal to "I will" or "I'm going to"?
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I'm unfamiliar with the contraction I'mma. Could you put it into a sentence?
Iffen ya don' quit yore fussin', I'mma gonna whup yore sorry ass.

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"I'mma tiger, I'mma tiger... I'mma tiger I'm a tiger"

--> I suppose it's just a 'contraction' of "I am + a".

I dont think this means "i am a..."
i have a lot of examples of using it.
here is the one from a song.

And if you ask me too
Daddy's gonna buy you a mockingbird
I'mma give you the world
I'mma buy a diamond ring for you
I'mma sing for you
I'll do anything for you to see you smile
And if that mockingbird don't sing and that ring don't shine
I'mma break that birdies neck
I'd go back to the jewler who sold it to ya
And make him eat every carat don't f**k with dad (haha)

Eminem "Mockingbird"
I'm familiar with the Joan Baez version of that song. She rephrased it: "Papa's (I'm) gonna etc..." Might this be an answer? Or "I'm gonna ... "

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I'm going to.

Yes. I'm going to.
Variants: Imunna, Ahmunna

If it really means I'm going to...what does

DP World: “Screw you guys, I’mma going home.”

mean? (It's from http://txfx.net/2006/03/10/dp-world-screw-you-guys-imma-going-home/)I thought it means I am, I will and I am going to,too.
Please tell me your ideas.
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